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TEXT

Robyn Maynard, 2010 "Sex Work, Migration and Anti-Trafficking: Interviews with Nandita Sharma" Upping the Anti #10: A Journal of Theory and Action (February). (Re-printed in Briarpatch Magazine, 2010,  July/August).

Paice, Kim, 2009. “DownWind Productions: Détournement Hawai'i” Paradoxa. Vol. 23

Walia, Harsha, 2007. “Displacement, Migration and Sovereignty: Interview with Mostafah Henaway, Dustin Johnson, Nandita Sharma, Jaggi Singh Harsha Walia and Rafeef Ziadah,” Fuse Magazine. 30:3, pp. 22-24 and pp. 35-40.

Wright, Cynthia, 2002. “Open the Borders! Nandita Sharma interviewed,” New Socialist Magazine No. 38 (September), pp. 24-25.

RADIO / TELEVISION

No One is Illegal / Radio Toronto - "Scrap Bill C49!" November 2010.

Shaka Zine - February 2010.

TV Ontario - "One Hour Special of Diplomatic Immunity: Migration, Boundaries, and Security"
New ID requirements for Canadians entering the US; new "loyalty oaths" for immigrants in Europe; undocumented Mexican workers holding rallies across America for better rights. All these events and others reflect growing concerns about what the unprecedented movement of people across international borders means for security and for society in the 21st century. Guests: Queen's University's Sharryn Aiken, the Fraser Institute's Martin Collacott, immigration lawyer Avvy Go, the Munk Centre's Arne Kislenko, Nandita Sharma of York University, and author Daniel Stoffman. May 2006.

 

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